Controllers with ControlLogix
Programmable Logic Controllers with
ControlLogix strength is its breadth
and depth of coverage, taking the reader from an overview of the
Programmable Logic Controllers through ladder logic, structured
text, sequential function chart, and function block programming.
Students learn more and more easily because of
the practical coverage, numerous examples and extensive exercises.
- Coverage of all of the programming languages including ladder
logic, structured text, sequential function chart, and function
block. Easy to follow step-by-step examples guide student learning.
- More coverage of I/O modules, industrial sensors, motion
control, and communications –only text with coverage of motion
that has videos that show click by click explanations of setup of
RSLinx, project development, configuration, instructions and
much more. Students can watch click-by-click examples of all
the common tasks in ControlLogix, from setting up RSLinx,
starting a new project configuration, and programming, as well as
numerous programming examples.
- Coverage of ControlLogix multi-axis motion control. Students can
learn about programming multi-axis coordinated motion.
1. Introduction to Control Technology.
2. Project Organization and Addressing.
3. Ladder Logic Programming.
4. Timers and Counters.
5. ControlLogix Modules and their
6. Industrial Sensors.
7. Math Instructions.
8. Special Instructions.
9. Structured Text Programming.
10. Sequential Function Chart
11. Function Block Programming.
12. Industrial Communications.
13. ControlLogix Motion Control.
14. Risk Assessment and Safety.
15. Risk Reduction and Safety Devices.
16. Installation and Troubleshooting.
Appendix A - Starting a New Project.
Appendix B - Configuring I/O Modules in a Remote Chassis.
Appendix C - The Use of Producer/Consumer Tags.
Appendix D - ControlLogix Messaging.
Appendix E - Configuring ControlLogix for Motion.
About the Author:
Jon Stenerson is an
instructor at Fox Valley Technical College and has taught there for
over 26 years. He has written more than six books. Jon has a
Master's degree in Vocational Education and is a journeyman
toolmaker. He has more than 25 years of experience in the field of
automation. Jon has been immersed in the automation, manufacturing,
and programmable logic controller field of study.
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